Lucie Flynn is a contemporary artist who has moved into creating large scale paintings on the streets, her work is instantly recognisable and stands out loud and proud – nothing comes close to her dynamic style and the path in which she practices her form. Using combinations of spray paint, acrylic, inks and collage Flynn builds bright, clashing palettes with bold sweeps and splatters, layers of paint which pulse and crackle.
Studying at Reigate Art School with a subversive mix of reprobates including the Art Director Kieron Accelerator she went on to make her name producing and exhibiting artwork out of the top floor of the highly influential Dragon in Shoreditch at a time when the area was alive with like minded creatives such as The Chapman Brothers, Scott King, Ben Eine and Banksy. Around this time she was approached to work in Damien Hirst’s Studio as part of the production and management team, a field in which she is now fully accomplished.
Lucie continues to push the boundaries of what is expected of a gallery artist – mixing things up with her street style that is undeniably unique and would be hard to compare.